I was diagnosed with ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) in December 2014. By June 2015 it was clear, because of the progression of the disease I had to close my practice. Presently, I am offering services in consultation, training and supervision.
Barry received the Lifetime Achievement Award for the Humanities from the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce in April 2015. This prestigious award is given every 2 years to distinguished community members in the following categories: Business Achievement, Bucks County Arts, Humanitarian and Ambassador of Bucks County.
The Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce has awarded Barry Ginsberg, PhD the Lifetime Achievement Award in the Humanitarian Category. The award ceremony will take place at the Spring Mill Manor on April 10. Check back for photos. Below is his nomination letter from his daughter-in-law, Pamela Ginsberg, also a psychologist in Doylestown.